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Do I Have HIV? / Possible exposure
« Last post by Taa263 on Today at 12:05:34 am »
Hello. A little longer than a week ago i(m) had a brief encounter with a sw. I received protected oral and vaginal intercourse. During the brief intercourse the sw rode me until i nearly came(she was trying to get it over with). I pushed her off me trying to not come so quick and having a bit of precum/cum in the condom already at the tip. I didn’t really finish so i went in again with her riding me with the same condom on, i never took it off. A few seconds later i came again and this time while pulling my penis out there was no cum at the end of the condom. The sw laughed at me wondering where the cum we seen early went. I don’t think the condom broke but i did take the condom off immediately and wiped my penis and entire genital area with cleaning wipes more than once. After i left i did place additional sanitizer in that region as well as well as showered when i got home an hour later. I understand i did not use protection properly by using the same condom twice. The condom came out fully intact from what i remember although i’m not sure but i think semen may have dispersed out the base of the condom. I am worried of a potential hiv exposure. I have been worried sick with crippling anxiety everyday. Ever since the next day after the encounter i’ve felt sick and stressed out thinking of the worst. I’ve had a off and on soare throat different times of the day for the last week, a tense neck, ear pain, and lymph node pain in my neck.. I’ve also been having pain in my prostate which feels inflammatory but comes and goes. I am looking forward to getting tested soon. What are my odds with a possible transmission and what are good times to get conclusive testing? Is it possible for semen to disperse out of the bottom of the condom during sex? How soon can one get symptoms after transmission?
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Research News & Studies / Re: mystery trial
« Last post by LeftyBowler300 on Yesterday at 10:41:07 pm »
Keep us updated!
I wouldn’t mind adding a few cd4 to my collection  ;)
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Estoy infectado? / Re: Sexo oral riesgo contacto con semen
« Last post by Jim Allen on Yesterday at 02:46:45 pm »
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el caso del sexo oral desprotegido sin eyaculacion ¿tengo algun tipo de riesgo?

Cualquier los detalles recibiendo el sexo oral no es un riesgo por el VIH y después de casi cuatro décadas no hay casos confirmados de ese tipo de transmisión y cuando darlando sexo oral tiene la protecion muy efectivo de tu saliva.

Su saliva tiene mas que doce elementos y proteinas cuales son muy effectivo contra el VIH, su riesgo es mas teorica que es verdadero.

Adelante con su vida y como eres sexualmente activo, hágase la prueba para detectar el VIH y las ITS por lo menos una vez al año.
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Estoy infectado? / Re: Sexo oral riesgo contacto con semen
« Last post by Jim Allen on Yesterday at 02:33:36 pm »
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Nunca he sufrido una rotura de condon por eso pregunto si muy obvio o no es tanto.

Ya he respondido esto.

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El VIH no se puede transmitir a través de un condón de látex o poliuretano intacto. Si un condón falla durante el acto sexual, es obvio. No hay razón para estar estresado por las relaciones sexuales mientras no ocurra este problema obvio.
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Estoy infectado? / Re: Sexo oral riesgo contacto con semen
« Last post by loko82 on Yesterday at 01:38:38 pm »
Nunca he sufrido una rotura de condon por eso pregunto si muy obvio o no es tanto.
Y el caso del sexo oral desprotegido sin eyaculacion ¿tengo algun tipo de riesgo?

Debo estar estresado o no debo preocuparte de haber contraido el VIH.
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Estoy infectado? / Re: Sexo oral riesgo contacto con semen
« Last post by Jim Allen on Yesterday at 01:13:43 pm »
El VIH no se puede transmitir a través de un condón de látex o poliuretano intacto. Si un condón falla durante el acto sexual, es obvio. No hay razón para estar estresado por las relaciones sexuales mientras no ocurra este problema obvio.

Siempre existe algún riesgo de otras ITS (que no sean el VIH) que se pueden adquirir a través del contacto piel con piel donde el condón no cubre.Sin embargo, no hay necesidad de entrar en pánico, adelante con su vida y como eres sexualmente activo, hágase la prueba para detectar el VIH y las ITS por lo menos una vez al año.
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Estoy infectado? / Re: Sexo oral riesgo contacto con semen
« Last post by loko82 on Yesterday at 01:03:32 pm »
Hola buenas,
Os escribo para comentaros mi experiencia con dos chicas trans. Realicé con ellas tanto sexo anal receptivo largo, como insertivo largo ambos con condon (tuve algun desgarro durante la copula) y intercambiando de forma rapida los condones para que no se rompieran y con lubricante. Y realicé sexo oral con ambas sin condon pero si eyaculacion en la boca.
He leido que los condones no son 100% eficaces contra el VIH y que a veces es muy dificil apreciar si los mismos se rompen, aunque yo no noté q eso ocurriera.
Deberia hacerme pruebas para confirmar q no estoy contagio o no cree q sea conveniente.
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Off Topic Forum / Re: Lost my job…
« Last post by harleymc on Yesterday at 08:47:36 am »
Good luck with the job hunt
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Do I Have HIV? / Re: Question about exposure
« Last post by Jim Allen on Yesterday at 07:11:45 am »
Banned, you know what you posted wasn't an HIV risk. 

Your only ongoing risks have been sex with your girlfriend. So ill remind you that if you engage in any condomless sex with your partner, you are at a greater risk of acquiring HIV. In relationships, condomless sex is often based on trust or past test results; however, this does not prevent HIV. Any condomless sex means accepting the greater risk of acquiring HIV, and you should consider testing more frequently.

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Do I Have HIV? / Question about exposure
« Last post by morethanothing1 on Yesterday at 06:55:34 am »
Hello everyonee. I met with a girl and end up at my home. I masturbate her then i lick my fingers and keep masturbating ı could taste the vaginal fluid but didnt have any bleeding gums. I dont know ıf there was any scar in my mouth.after 18 days ı experience vomiting, sore throat, wet coughing and diarrhea. Second one was with another girl and we had long french kiss and i bite and lick her nipples for long time. The day after she had marks and blood vessel on her nipple. İts possible that some blood come to my mouth but i didnt taste any. From these 2 contact is there any possibility to exposure hiv? Any testing needed? Thank u for professional advices already
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